Find Us at Kscope14 Next Week in Seattle

June 17th, 2014 3 Comments

Kscope14 (#kscope14), the annual conference of the Oracle Development Tools User Group, affectionately ODTUG (@odtug), will happen next week in beautiful Seattle, June 22 to June 26.

The good people at ODTUG have graciously invited me back as a speaker for the 2014 vintage, and Anthony (@anthonyslai) will be my wingman for our session, Oracle Cloud and the New Frontier of User Experience.

Here are the particulars:

Title: Oracle Cloud and the New Frontier of User Experience
When: Monday, June 23, 2014, Session 1, 10:45 am – 11:45 am
Abstract
A wristband that can unlock and start your car based on a unique cardiac rhythm. Head-mounted displays that layer digital information over reality. Computers, robots, drones, and more controlled with a wave of the hand or a flick of the wrist. Everyday objects connected to the Internet that convey information in an ambient way. Fully functional computers on tiny sticks. Invisible fences that control the flow of data. Science fiction isn’t fiction anymore, and people aren’t tied to PCs and desks. Everything is a device, everything is connected, everything is smart, and everything is an experience. Come see the R&D work of Oracle’s Applications User Experience team and explore new devices, trends, and platforms.

Noel (@noelportugal) will be tagging along as well, and I think we’ll have a scaled-down, but still fun, version of the IFTTPi activity the guys showed at the Maker Faire last month.

So, if you want to hear about and see the emerging technologies R&D coming out of Oracle Applications User Experience (@usableapps), try out Google Glass, Leap Motion, various wearables, play with the Sphero, or just say hi, come find us in Seattle.

 


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3 Responses to “Find Us at Kscope14 Next Week in Seattle”

  1. Joyce Says:

    Does Anthony have the Sphero at HQ or is it with Noel? I want to play! Looks cool

  2. Joyce Says:

    What does the timestamp link do? I thought it was for editing a post but looks like it just repeated it, but with my “!” added edit.

  3. Jake Says:

    @Joyce: The timestamp link provides a permalink to the comment, which is nice if you need to reference a specific comment in a long thread. Not sure why your comment repeated.

    I think Anthony might have Spheros in the gadget lab, but I’m not sure. They are fun.

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